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Old 07-06-2006, 11:27 PM   #1
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I think Threes Company of course its a really good theme but hard to learn the words at least for me anyways what about you.
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Three's Company is a tongue twister and a half, but I do know the words. That song is cool but strange, almost sounds out of tune or something.

I guess the hardest theme song for me would be Good Times. I can't figure out those lyrics to save my life.
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Two theme songs have verses that are hard for many people to understand:
the line "Gee, our old LaSalle ran great" in ALL IN THE FAMILY and the line
"Through the courtesy of Fred's two feet" in THE FLINTSTONES. For me, it
took over forty years before I learned what the first word in THE BUGS BUNNY
SHOW theme was ("Overture ... curtain, lights ...").
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Goodtimes lyrics i believe go like this: Good Times.
Any time you meet a payment.
Good Times.
Any time you need a friend.
Good Times.
Any time you're out from under.

Not getting hastled, not getting hustled.
Keepin' your head above water,
Making a wave when you can.

Temporary lay offs.
Good Times.
Easy credit rip offs.
Good Times.
Scratchin' and surviving.
Good Times.
Hangin in a chow line
Good Times.
Ain't we lucky we got 'em
Good Times.
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The Tracy Ullman Show theme by George Clinton which thanks to Google
I've now known all along as :
Everybody, it's time to go.
Stand on getting ready for the show.
And if you're thinking that you may or you might,
Then you're thinking right.
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Two theme songs have verses that are hard for many people to understand:
the line "Gee, our old LaSalle ran great" in ALL IN THE FAMILY and the line
"Through the courtesy of Fred's two feet" in THE FLINTSTONES. For me, it
took over forty years before I learned what the first word in THE BUGS BUNNY
SHOW theme was ("Overture ... curtain, lights ...").
just thought I'd point somethings out about that post...the "LaSalle" in the AITF theme means a car that was produced in the 20s, and NOT LaSalle university in Pennsylvania.

And the first line in the Bugs Bunny show theme is "Overture, LIGHT the lights" not "Overture, curtain, lights" (I could be wrong, though)
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That Bugs Bunny opening line gets everybody! My brothers and I always thought it was "Overture, cut the lights." I'd like to find out what it really is.
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That Bugs Bunny theme was posted in full, I guess after these posts. I always thought it was "Overture, curb the lights." I knew what an overture was, but couldn't figure out what "curb the lights" meant --but I see it was "curtain, lights."
In The Addams Family theme, I thought one line went:
So gather with your shawl on, a rooftop you can crawl on...

It is: So get a witch's shawl on, a broomstick you can crawl on...

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The first half of Lidsville always make me slur at least one word every time.
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